Reminder Please review the letter and information on the Flu Season sent home with students today for ways you can assist in preventing the spread of the Flu. Below:

For additional information:

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Remember the Date

Upcoming Events:

For those who have been notified- Preschool Screening is scheduled for Friday, March 23, 2018. 

Friday, March 23, 2018 Jump Rope for Heart

Tuesday, 27, 2018- Make-up Field trip for 2nd Grade- Don’t forget your helmets!

March 19th to the 23rd and 26th to the 30th-Kindergarten Registration- see link below

April 9, 2018 to the April 12, 2018 -Scholastic Book Fair

April 27, 2018 -9:30-10:30 a.m. Early Learning Resource Fair at Lunenburg Primary School Early Learning Resource Fair.pdf 

REMINDER:  From the Office:

Just a reminder, when sending notes in with your children, please be sure their full name and the date is on the note. This will help to ensure that we have the correct day for any changes or plans. Thank you for your cooperation in this matter.

REMINDER:  Please be sure to collect and send in your BOXTOPS FOR EDUCATION! Every little bit helps!!  Thank you! 

Lunenburg Primary School News and Ledger Article

Community Happenings

Click the link below to see all the Community Events in Lunenburg

    School & Community Events

Community Events

Saturday March 31 at 2:00- Easter Egg Hunt at Kid’s Kingdom- free sponsored by the Lunenburg Turkey Hill Family Lion’s Club -Easter Egg Hunt

Project 351- Ambassador Emily Begley’s Spring Service Project is collecting clothes for Cradles to Crayons. Donation bins are located in each of the schools from March 26th until April 7th  -Please donate

The Lunenburg High School Student Council is organizing a fundraiser to support the Make-A-Wish Foundation. The Make-A-Wish Foundation strives to give every child with a critical illness the opportunity to have their wish granted. The wishes of these children can change their lives and have great impacts. During lunches for both the Middle School and the High school, students will have the opportunity to donate money to raise money for a child with a life-threatening illness to have the wish of their dreams come to reality. Donations of $1.00-$9.00 will receive a bronze star with the donators name written on a paper star hungup on the cafeteria wall in LMHS. Donations of $10.00-$19.00 will receive a silver star. Donations of $20.00 or more will receive a gold star. All donations of $3 or more will receive a Make-A-Wish bracelet. A Five Star Donation will be rewarded to those who donate $100 or more; this is the highest level donation. The goal is to fund one wish for a child with a critical illness, and together this goal can be completed! "

Thank you very much. 

Chris Tobin

Lunenburg High School Student Council President


A group of 7th graders are pursuing the concept of a permanent skate park as their Lunenburg Middle School Genius Hour project. They're still very much in the early stages but have established a FaceBook page, an online survey and a rough project plan to help promote the concept.  Please visit for more information, to get involved and participate in the ongoing discussion.  Also take a moment to answer their brief survey to help assess perceived need and other community demographic information -


PTO Information

PTO Official Website

The PTO is organizing Parents Night Out event on April 7th!

They will raffle grade level baskets (see below) off at the Parents Night Out event on Saturday, April 7th. 

The PTO will be collecting donations until Friday, March 30th.

They need your support and thank you in advance for your donations! 


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2nd Grade        

3rd Grade

4th Grade        

5th Grade

6th Grade           

7th-12th Grade

Membership Matters – Join PTO!

Join the PTO.   This wonderful group does so much to support our students and schools.  The first meeting of the school year is scheduled for September 18, 7:00 p.m. at the Lunenburg Middle–High School in room D132.PTO Meeting Dates - FY18.pdf 

REMINDERS: Please be sure to collect and send in your BOXTOPS FOR EDUCATION! Every little bit helps!!  Thank you!


Sports Information

Lunenburg Youth Soccer Registration - Spring 2018Registration for Spring 2018 soccer season is open and the Early Bird discount for the In Town program ends on March 18 (Preschool through Grade 2). For more information or to register your children, please visit us at

Lunenburg Little League Spring 2018 Registration

Registration for the 2018 spring season of Lunenburg Little League and Babe Ruth Youth Softball is open now through March 1st. We offer programs for children ranging from preschool through middle and high school. For more information or to register your children, visit us at 


All clip art on the primary school homepage is  Copyright by Scrappin Doodles.

Primary School Spotlight


If you are new to the district and need to register your child, please contact the main office.

What Exactly is the Buddy Bench?

Click the link above to read an article of its purpose.

Calendar, School Lunch and School and Community Events

Parent Information About the Primary School

Important Information For Parents

Below are several links that will be helpful to parents throughout the year.  Just click on the title and you will be directed to the page requested.

Lunenburg Primary School Handbook

RevTrak Link 

How to access EveryDay Math Student/Parent Resources 

Kindergarten Orientation Power Point

Lunenburg Primary School- School Improvement Plan

School Report Card

We are pleased to enclose an overview of our school’s “report card”. Report cards answer important questions about a school's overall performance and contain specific information about student enrollment and teacher qualifications, student achievement, accountability, how a school is performing relative to other schools in the district and the state, and the progress made toward narrowing proficiency gaps for different groups of students.